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8811 Emmott Rd. Suite 1600, Houston

5 or 10 Kung Fu Cardio or Boot-Camp Classes at The Kung Fu School (Up to 75% Off)

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Seasoned martial artists and US veterans lead students through intense cardio workouts with punching bags

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3 ratings2 reviews
February 15, 2018
Love your program! I do look forward to cooler climes - the front of ya'lls office is just way too hot for the kiddos.
6 ratings6 reviews
February 14, 2018
I love working out at The Kung Fu School!! The people are nice and encouraging, and the workout routines are different each time. That combination makes it fun and exciting!!

About This Deal

Martial arts encompass many forms of hand-to-hand combat, from jujitsu to punching walls in your sleep. Focus your fury with this voucher.

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  • $29 for 5 drop-in kung-fu cardio or boot-camp classes(a $100 value)
  • $49 for 10 drop-in kung-fu cardio or boot-camp classes (a $200 value)

Instructors lead students through punch-and-kick combos aimed at four different kinds of punching bags while maintaining high-intensity workouts to increase cardio endurance and speed.

Groupon customers may mix and match kung-fu cardio with boot-camp classes.

Need To Know

Promotional value expires 180 days after purchase. Amount paid never expires. Must sign waiver. Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gift(s). May be repurchased every 30 days. Limit 1 per visit. Valid only for option purchased. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

About The Kung Fu School

Owned by a cadre of US-military veterans, The Kung Fu School operates under the direction of Sifu Houston Fuqua—a martial-arts prodigy who started out when he was 7 years old and taught his first class when he was 12. Sifu Houston went on to serve in the US Army, where he developed unquestionable discipline while training in special operations and ordinance. While serving his country, he continued his martial-arts training, earning two black sashes in two styles of kung fu. His skills caught the attention of a Chinese monastery, where he was invited to spend up to eight years perfecting his art. However, Houston declined this honor in order to stay home and continue teaching his students.

Today, Sifu Houston tutors his pupils in martial-arts styles such as my jhong law horn, wing chun, hung gar, and tai chi. His cohort, Sandy Kehoe, works in real estate by day and assists Sifu by night. She, too, is a product of armed-services discipline, as she spent four years in the Air Force, two years studying kung fu, and proudly wears a red sash. The duo facilitates classes on kung fu, mixed martial arts, self-defense, personal training, cardio kickboxing, and tai chi. They strive to imbue each session with the spirit of kung fu, which means “success through effort”—a phrase first uttered by the man who built the Great Wall of China.